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|Light Swing Type: Horizontal||Base Finish: 1: Brass/Antique Brass|
|Base Finish: 2: Bronze||Number of Lights: 1|
|Bulb Type: Incandescent; Fluorescent||Bulb Wattage: 100|
|Shade Included: Yes||Cord Cover Included: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Family owned and operated, Robert Abbey's passion has always been design. In the early 1990’s they moved their factories and offices from New York to the foothills of North Carolina.
Robert Abbey products include table lamps, desk lamps, floor lamps, wall fixtures, ceiling fixtures, coffee tables, and end tables. With transitional and contemporary design, Robert Abbey is a perfect brand for today's homes. Robert Abbey features amazing products from world-renown designers such as Jonathan Adler, David Easton, and Rico Espinet.
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Charlotte from Lindsay, ON– Verified Buyer
The selection of lamps in this category is significant, but in my humble opinion, this lamp stands out above the rest, a light fixture of quality and distinction, superior to the regular box store variety. The details speak for themselves. The antique finish on the brass gives it a rich patina. The fabric shade is a soft, subtle, color and texture and the perfect scale for this style of lamp. The highlow light feature is a convenient touch for a bedroom. Look no further if you're in search of that perfect lamp for your bedroom.
The lamp is just as described. Love it.
Maggie from Toronto, ON
I already had this lamp and wanted another for balance in our bedroom. It was easy to install and looks fabulous. It's a very useful fixture for reading in bed as the lamp swings where you want it.The price was great [...]
Yi from Irvine, CA– Verified Buyer
I like the design and the feeling of the classic and antique. But the wire, which doesn't show on the picture, annoys me. The wire is not straight and it hard to set on the wall because of the thick steel wrap. I give up to use it when I moved to a new place.